The sun is warm and soft like the daffodils gathered underneath the balcony of your resort room. Opening the glass doors, you step out onto the lofty space, barefoot, and immediately feel the crisp ocean breeze blowing off the sapphire and turquoise waves.
Your body is totally relaxed, the stress has already fallen away with the breeze as you imagine the snorkeling and exotic bike tours you will be doing later today and this week. You can hardly wait to immerse yourself in between the colorful Threadfin Butterfly and Picasso Triggerfish, not to mention inhaling the fragrance of Ma’o Hau Hele Hibiscus, and the Oceanblue Morning Glory along your morning walks and adventurous bike paths.
It’s so peaceful you have to wonder if only heaven could possibly feel like this.
But this paradise is real.
Furthermore, you can afford it.
In fact, you could pay for this vacation using only the money you save on energy bills.
Let me explain.
A program called the Alternative Energy Solar Project is spearheading and promoting the Middle-Class
Affordable Solar Homes (M-CASH) project (which happens to be one of our nation’s first no-cost solar system for us middle-class families). They are looking to install solar arrays on 3,200 homes in each available state (more on that in a bit) and 31,200 homes total by the end of this year at absolutely no cost to the homeowner.
Yes, you read that right.
Where usual costs for solar systems and installation amount to around a whopping $32,000, this program makes it so middle-class families can reap the benefits of switching to solar power without falling head-first into debt.
Well, Alternative Energy Solar Project will use money raised from companies and private investors, as well as some training programs, to keep the cost for them (and us) as low as humanly possible.
Some U.S. companies desire to use the money they received through the cap to trade system (a neat system that tries to encourage businesses to cut down greenhouse gas emissions/pollutants) and put it towards solar array installations for people who can’t otherwise afford it.
Not only are they reducing their carbon footprint, but they are also contributing to the middle-class so that we can more easily access good, clean energy from the sun.
So, the solar arrays get installed on your roof at no cost…neat!
Furthermore, you can save anywhere between 20-40% on your electric bills using solar energy.
Buying electricity at the reduced rate with these installations can save you a ton of money over the years!
In fact, the Alternative Energy Solar Project estimates they can save each family up to $1,000 dollars a year in energy expenses.
They’re practically helping you pay your bills.
So you know that trip to Hawaii you always talk about but just can’t quite make happen? Well, with these kind of savings you could have the power to finally put away some money and make that happen!
Here’s an easy way to check out your qualifications just below.
So what are you waiting for?
Dive in, start saving, and you could be that much closer to that little piece of heaven you deserve.
Find Out If You Qualify For Solar Funding!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How does solar energy reduce my carbon footprint?
A: Solar panels release a lot less pollution when they are manufactured. Solar panels uses clean energy from the sun, which doesn’t emit carbon emissions and contribute to pollution. Fossil fuels (your typical energy source) releases a lot of pollution. Switching to some or all green energy reduces your carbon footprint. The more people who do it, the healthier we will all be.
Q: Does solar energy contribute to pollution?
A: Solar energy does not contribute to pollution. It’s totally clean and renewable. The manufacturing process can contribute some amounts of pollution. So that part of the process is imperfect as of today. However, it’s a lot less than fossil fuels emits, making solar energy a much safer option.